I did not "assume" anything...This mare has many conformational faults that aren't worthy of reproducing. That's MY opinion. Plus breeding a majorly halter bred horse...as stated by the OP...to a cowhorse/reining horse, Isnt going to be a good cross in my research. There are always exceptions, but its just not something you see happening. Its not a desired cross. They are two totally different genres.
You breed the best, to the best, and hope for the best. I'm not attacking anyone, I'm just surprised that a horse with navicular issues, as stated by the OP, in a 2006 HALTER bred mare, Isnt exactly the smartest choice. But you are correct...I only have the information the OP posted, which in minimal.
Breeding is a hot topic, and you click a box that informs you of ALL opinions you may get. Good and Bad.
And the mare I bred has good conformation, personality and the show record the back up a breeding. So Id say yes, I DO have room to talk. Hip, chest, back, straight legs, neck, her biggest flaw is her big nose. I can live with that.
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